High unemployment and dwindling economic prospects are driving more people from Florida than are arriving. Data from moving companies and the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles say more people are leaving the state than moving in, reversing a 2007 peak, which occurred, not coincidentally, with the final expansion of the construction and housing bubble.
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